Joseph Stella, the Brooklyn Bridge
Garrard Publishing Company, Jan 1, 1984 - Bridges in art - 44 pages
Analyzes artist Joseph Stella's six paintings of the Brooklyn Bridge, as well as some of his other works, and depicts other artists' renditions of the famous bridge over the East River.
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